The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:35 pm
10/24/14

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A look at Oscar de la Renta’s legacy. RIP. (The New York Times)

Do these little girls saying the F-word offend you? (Slate)

Men had half a million more vasectomies during the recession. (The Atlantic)

An elegant Halloween DIY. (Oh Happy Day)

Four top food bloggers share their post-baby cooking tips. (Epicurious)

Pedro Almodovar on how his childhood and mother influenced his career. (Variety)

Try it: Belted scarves. (Honestly WTF)

How the Brandy Melville brand markets to only one size of tweens and teens. (Tech Times)

A $80,000 Kickstarter campaign for a Joan Didion documentary reached its goal in one day. (Vogue)

Inspiring quotes about motherhood. (Latin Times)

The work-life struggle of dads. (Time)

Chobani wants your babies eating Greek yogurt, damn it. (Business Week)

Forty percent of millennial moms have social media accounts for their kids. Are you one of them? (Today)

Modern and cozy throw blankets. (Design Milk)

Why poor kids aren’t staying in college. (The Washington Post)

One possible way to stop middle schoolers from having sex. (Time)

Some cringe-worthy Halloween-inspired baby names. (The Stir)

NYC’s new trend in gym classes tailored to 8 to 13-year-olds. (The New York Times)

Jimmy Fallon wrote a kids’ book. (People)

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